These shots are from September, when I was coming home from an event one night. The Bank of Canada stands across from Parliament Hill, and includes a currency museum. Extensive work has been done inside and outside in recent years, including a reworking of the east side terrace, with pyramid triangles jutting up out of the main surface, well lit at night. It caught my eye, and I started photographing.
This view features one of the Parliamentary blocks looming like a ghost; this is the Confederation Block.
Also present in the background in these two shots is the Wellington Building, which houses government offices.
This final shot looks into the building itself. The original Bank of Canada building is partially enclosed in a larger, more modern glass tower that looms over it. This is as close as I'll be able to photograph it- the only time the public is allowed into that area is for Doors Open, and even then, no photography permitted. Oh well, it does look good in the night.